A disturbance involving a large butcher knife early Sunday morning at a College Station apartment complex resulted in two arrests. Police reported no injuries after the victim used one of the suspects as a shield to prevent the other from stabbing him. 21 year old Grant Northcutt of Tomball is accused of swinging the knife several times. 21 year old Adrian Verduzco of Waco is accused of trying to break into his ex-girlfriend’s apartment with Northcutt.
Saturday night at a Bryan apartment complex, two men who thought they were playing a joke on friends would up dealing with police because they went to the wrong apartment. The incident began when a woman called 9-1-1 after locking herself in her bedroom when she heard strangers pounding on her front door and window and shouting expletives, then hearing a man’s voice inside her apartment. Officers found two puddles around the front apartment door where someone had urinated. They also found a cell phone containing a Twitter message stating two men broke into the wrong apartment. The phone rang while officers were still at the apartment. The person who called asked to meet at the apartment pool to return the phone. According to the arrest report, the owner of the phone, Brent Hunter, admitted to urinating on the door. His friend, 19 year old Bryan Sees, admitted to entering the apartment from the rear glass door, realized it was the wrong apartment, then left by unlocking the front door. Sees was arrested for criminal trespassing and is out of jail after posting bond.
College Station police responding to a shoplifting Saturday afternoon at Wal Mart also dealt with a pursuit involving a U-Haul truck. 26 year old Chelsea Farrow of College Station is accused of ramming a car while driving away in the parking lot. The mile long pursuit ended when the truck, after making high speed turns, jumped a curb by the College Station post office. Farrow was also arrested for child endangerment after officers found two children in the truck, ages three and five, who did not have car seats and were not wearing seat belts. Almost $200 dollars in merchandise taken from the store without proof of payment was left in the parking lot.
A Bryan man was arrested for filing a false police report related to a crash early Friday morning that resulted in up to $1,000 dollars damage of city property at Sue Haswell Park. According to the arrest report, 22 year old Isaias Oscal recanted his initial story that his car was t-boned by a pickup in Northgate. Investigators found debris from the car in the area of William Joel Bryan and Baker, and determined Oscal was going east in the westbound lanes when his car struck the curb, rolled, and damaged the park’s irrigation system and multiple plants. The car came to rest on its four flat tires, then Oscal drove it home with a completely shattered windshield and a crease on the roof.